The Chattanooga Football Club didn’t get shut out Saturday night.
Other than that, there weren’t too many positives from the match against the Georgia Revolution.
The Revolution built a 3-0 lead and ultimately cruised to a 4-2 NPSL Southeast win at Finley Stadium. Having had a week since their last game, the Revolution (4-3-4) looked fresher, quicker and faster to the ball and took advantage of some long passes to their forwards, who were able to create and convert some opportunities.
“We just didn’t play well,” Chattanooga FC coach Bill Elliott said. “That’s a credit to them; they were ready to play. We were on our heels all night and never really got going.